Amsterdam,
03
December
2014
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10:51
Europe/Amsterdam

Insinger de Beaufort leases national monument in The Hague

Bank Insinger de Beaufort N.V. has agreed on a long-term lease contract for office space in The Hague (Alexanderstraat 1).

The Dutch private bank that provides investment management, personal financial assistance and planning to high net-worth individuals, leases approximately 1,000 sq m in the national monument. The office villa, designed by Elie Saraber, dates from 1860 and has a spacious garden and a driveway. The Alexanderstraat connects the Mauritskade with the Javastraat and crosses Plein 1813. The grand neighborhood is characterized by many classical villas and is located nearby the centre of the Hague.

With this transaction architectural agency Roeleveld Sikkes rents its own monumental and characteristic office villa in the Willemspark in the Hague. The increase of international projects and related automation questions Roeleveld Sikkes faces, require a different and more compact accommodation.

Frisia Makelaars advised the landlord in this transaction. CBRE acted on behalf of Insinger de Beaufort.

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